Saving eDrawings as .EXE

Article by Matt Campbell, CSWE updated May 24, 2011

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You might have noticed that it is no longer an option to save eDrawings files as a .exe file in eDrawings 64-bit. This is because a 32-bit computer would not be able to open the file.

The good news is that saving as a .exe file is still an option in the 32-bit version of eDrawings, and that if you have a 64-bit version you will have the 32-bit version installed as well.

Files saved on eDrawings 32-bit will run on both 32 and 64-bit computers. Therefore, saving your eDrawings files this way will guarantee anyone will be able to open it.

If you would like to know more about this, please check the SolidWorks Knowledge Base in the Customer Portal; see  SPR 568747.

 

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